A delicate footing is maintained by the Grand Highlander, which is reserved for the XLE, Limited, and Platinum trim levels, on

region that luxury vehicles like Lexus occupy. The base XLE model accomplishes the job for $44,405 and

comes equipped with a number of useful amenities, such as a wireless phone charger, an 18-inch alloy wheel, electricity for the tailgate and front seats, a 12.3-inch touchscreen with

Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Popular options like all-wheel drive and a hybrid powertrain bring the price up to around $47,600. Using the base AWD system, the Hybrid Max begins at

That's a steal, considering the base Platinum model costs close to $60,000 and the Limited trim costs $55,000. It

has a panoramic sunroof, heated and cooled front and second-row seats, a surround-view camera system, and a head-up display. Regardless of its grandeur, that's quite a feat for a Highlander.